It sounds so far away and irrelevant when you’re battling day-to-day with medical providers, medication schedules, feeding schedules, and more. What could we possibly learn from the UK referendum? Well, now that millions of people have signed a petition for a chance to vote again – this time for serious, a lot.
The two biggest complaints seem to be first, they voted in protest and not because they actually wanted to leave. Second, they would have voted differently if they understood the immediate repercussions resulting from their choice. Re-worded differently, they voted that way because of emotional reasons or because they didn’t fully understand the consequences of their actions.